An airline is offering tickets from India to Vietnam at just INR 26, White rhinos are back to Mozambique after 40 years of extinction and more in top stories of the day.
This airline is offering tickets from India to Vietnam at just INR 26!
If you have been wishing to visit Vietnam for a long time, there is good news for you. You can now book tickets to Vietnam at prices as low as INR 26! Yes, you read that right. Vietjet is offering this lifetime opportunity to its customers. This offer is valid on all domestic and international routes operated by the airline for 7 days starting from July 7. The time frame to travel starts from March 26, 2023.
Meanwhile the airline also launched five new international routes connecting Vietnam’s popular coastal city Da Nang, to Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Ahmedabad. Da Nang is a French colonial port, it’s famed for its sandy beaches, pagodas, Bà Nà hills, and Buddhist shrines.
White rhinos are back to Mozambique after 40 years of extinction
After being extinct for over 40 years, the white rhinos have returned to the wilds of Mozambique, a beautiful East African nation. The country is bringing the species from South Africa to revive its parks and boost local tourism. The effort of bringing back these endangered animals was taken by a group of rangers. They captured, sedated and brought black and white rhinos from 1610 km to Zinave National Park in Mozambique. The park is spread across 400,000 hectares and has more than 2300 other reintroduced animals.
Rhinos are considered important to the ecosystem and that’s the reason why these were brought back from such a long distance. The main aim of the PPF group that conducted the operation is to relocate some 40 rhinos in the next two years to Mozambique.
Manali bans camping without permission, illegal tents to be removed permanently
In a huge development, Manali has banned camping without permission. The step is taken to stop the illegal campsites in forest regions of Kullu-Manali. So next time, if you plan to go camping in Manali, make sure to get proper permission from the forest department and administration to pitch tents.
Not only this, those entering forest areas will also have to pay a fee of INR 50 from now on. The government has asked officials to check all illegal camping and remove illegal tents permanently from such places. A special team has been formed to make sure the task is complete. There will also be check points at various locations, especially at the entrance to popular trekking routes.
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